Intel Core i9-10900K and Asus ROG Strix GL12CX

Intel’s Core i9-10900K mainstream flagship CPU is a spirited performer, no matter what you task it with. If you don’t need the RAM bandwidth or PCI Express lanes …

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  1. I would like to understand worth of it buying for Video Editing and Animations. Any pointer would be very helpful . Or suggest me the best and worth config for professional video editing including VFX ,4k video editing .

  2. What are the advantages of buying the 9900K?

    Well you can buy a chip that runs hot.

    You can buy a chip that works in Z370, BUT from what I have been seeing online the VRM might not be able to handle it.

    So, you get the advantage of buying yet another board "poor Kaby Lake adopters" if you want to run the chip like it was intended.

    Or you could goof up and buy a new board ala Linus that runs the chip but throttles it due to the VRM.

    And it seems that even an AIO cannot even handle the heat as the chip itself seems to be thicker and even if it is soldered now it still runs hot.

    And it is very expensive. So indeed buy the chip for all the above mentioned advantages.

  3. The real value is here we have the 2700X at $300, and then a likely 3700X next year on Zen 2 which I expect will be only in the $300-$400 range and probably have only 60% the power consumption of the 2700X. There is a huge amount of value in that verses buying a very expensive 9900K now at nearly the same price as you'd get with an upgrade baked in on the AMD side, with the only upgrade path for the Intel chip being an even more expensive chip next year.

    What's the value of having a tiny 15% performance advantage at 1080P (what gamer's with expensive rigs play at 1080P ?)… for only 12 months? Zero.



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